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 Last Updated 11-7-21

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November 7, 2021    7:00 PM 
Winterlude - Kansas City and All That Jazz
Johnson County Community College
     Host Brian Busby
     Greg Carroll and the Midnight Blue Jazz
     Vine Street Rumble Jazz Orchestra

More at:  https://www.jccc.edu/midwest-trust-center/events/2021-2022/winterlude-kc-all-that-jazz.html


November 20, 2021     3:00 PM
"Play Piano Without Lifting a Finger"
Location - The 1855 Harris-Kearney House
                 4000 Baltimore Street        
                 (Across the street from Pryde's of Westport, 115 Westport Rd.)
                 Kansas City, MO

Our own Bob Stout discusses player pianos and all about them.
Free Talk and demonstration
Watch a Model 1026  Marvel in action.

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November 19-21, 2021

West Coast Ragtime Festival
A virtual concert featuring more than 30 musicians
Again, this year, WCRF has decided to "go virtual".
Multiple events over the three day period
Nowhere else can you find all of this great talent in one place.

Flyer attached
More at: www.WestCoastRagtime.com

Routine Real-Time Events

Adam Swanson Virtual Concerts - Sunday 7:00PM CT

Archived Virtual Concerts

Syncopated Saturdays - Brought to you by the Scott Joplin International Ragtime Foundation

West Coast Ragtime Society Festival 

Fredrick Hodges Plays

 

Peacherine's Online Music Festival - May 2020

Peacherine's Online Music Festival - June 2020

Peacherine's Online Music Festival - July 2020

Peacherine's Online Music Festival - October 2020

Virtual Musical Treats That Might Be of Interest

King Chanticleer, played by Michael Chisholm w/ virtual Tom Brier

Michael Chisholm - Collection of novelty arrangements of popular tunes
Hap' Li'l Mose (T.A. Duggan), performed by Elliott Adams and Michael Chisholm
Patrol of the Pelicans (George L. Cobb, 1926)

Note to Kansas City Ragtime and Beyond members and followers:

We will try to inform you of coming virtual music events.  Please understand that the links and information to get to this music is generally passed through various communications and there is some risk of error. If you have a problem, let me know.

 

We will try to keep you informed.

 

If you are aware of an event that is not listed here and would like to share it with our friends, let KCRB know at jerrylanese@gmail.com


 

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